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Articles from Coventry Evening Telegraph (England) (May 4, 2009)

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'Big Bang' repaired. 112
'Get on with job in hand' letters@ coventrytelegraph. net Letters letters@coventrytelegraph.net. Letter to the editor 119
A sad state of affairs when composting becomes compulsive. 220
Anguish over for Sky Blues; +++ BIG MATCH ANALYSIS +++ BIG MATCH ANALYSIS +++ BIG MATCH ANALYSIS +++ BIG MATCH ANALYSIS +++ BIG MATCH ANALYSIS +++ BIG MATCH ANALYSIS. 1388
Are any relatives still living the city? letters@coventrytelegraph.net. 139
Bargains galore at budget store. 207
Big break for talented Leeroy; RECORD: Mum provides inspiration for 'windmill' street dancer. 439
Bobby Dazzlers. 246
Boro name may return. 143
Boro up thanks to Foster finish; NON-LEAGUE: Nuneaton break Scholars resistance to secure promotion place. 779
Broadway stars set for reunion date. 120
Budget missed a chance to protect; letters@coventrytelegraph.net. 167
Burton art goes under hammer. 91
Calls to get tough on 'knife' sellers; 60second briefing. 108
Catch the big taxi show at the Ricoh Arena. 162
Cathedral to host Sylvia's last dance; FUNERAL: Hundreds expected to mourn inspirational city choreographer. 273
Champs are caught out at the end. 161
Chance to bag a bargain with closure. 142
City set to call time on Kean; Coleman's right-hand man looks set to move on after late collapse: Coleman ready to ring changes. 478
City's health visitor expos; CHILD CARE: Ratio is worst anywhere outside London. 349
Come and enjoy England's best kept Christmas secret. 209
CRACKDOWN NABS 300 DRIVERS; One biker caught doing 115mph in 60 zone: Police bid to beat the speedsters. 408
CRACKDOWN NABS 300 SPEEDING DRIVERS; One biker caught doing 115mph in 60 zone: Police bid to beat the speedsters. 409
Cruel blow for Maddy; CRICKET: Bears ace Darren facing a long lay-off. 992
Curiosity lands pup in tight spot. 210
Deaths. 170
Don't fall for Labour spin; letters@coventrytelegraph.net. 117
Dylan's back on top of the chart. 149
Experimental theatre? TheatrePreview. 299
Final count? 173
Five hurt in gas explosion. 89
Free pack to help parents. 99
Glory days are here again. 751
Have your say. 179
Heart appeal is a good bet. 229
Help plea as recruits rise; SCOUTS: Lack of volunteers sees waiting lists grow. 293
Here's the canoes: Stuart's off again! CHARITY: City man's latest adventure takes him to sea - and he doesn't like water! 492
Hospital unit hosts open day. 81
In Memoriam. Obituary 253
Kids score with playground. 175
Labour big guns leap to defence of Brown. 271
Liam's on a high for lead role. 223
Lovely day marred by politics; letters@coventrytelegraph.net. 159
Mayday for volunteers. 152
McLeish says he's staying at Blues. 308
Meet stars of Clubbed film. 86
MP blasts Network Rail's holiday disruption. 191
Mums' anger over teen attack; ASSAULT: Parents claim children have been victimised and criticise police. 499
My five days of torture in hospital; DELAY: Mum 'screamed in agony' during her wait for appendix operation. 379
Nadal's triumph gives Murray a rankings boost. 394
Nobby has burning desire to be an MP; CHALLENGE: Retired fireman hopes to blaze trail as independent in Parliament. 713
NOMINATE YOUR SCHOOL HEROES; HELP HONOUR THE BEST SCHOOLS AND TEACHERS. 828
OnThisDay. 149
Parents mourn 'loveable boy'. 135
Pen points. 150
Pick of the day. 215
PICK OF THE DAY. 218
Police on mobile phone shop heels; CRACKDOWN: Two stores found to be offering illegal handset unblocking services. 301
Police tell family of body found; 60second briefing. 95
pounds 150 OFF OVERSEAS HOLIDAYS. 980
pounds 30 fine for cyclists who use footpath. 104
Priest's high-flying challenge. 242
Psychotic symptoms 'more likely' in bullied kids. 146
PUT THE FIGURES INTO CONTEXT, SAYS TRUST BOSS. 192
Raw sewage leaves families in a mess; HEALTH: Council engineers investigate backed-up Bedworth system. 355
Residents against Green Belt homes; PROPOSAL: Furious response to council plan to build 3,000 eco-suburb homes. 415
Rob's strike priceless for Boro. 325
Schoolgirls among swine flu victims; TWO schoolgirls were among three new cases of swine flu announced last night as the Government insisted the outbreak has so far been contained. 621
Shearer has no sympathy for Joey. 360
Shocking death toll of mental health patients; FATALITIES: Sixteen died, hundreds injured in just six months. 315
Sitera's set to fill the gap for Bees. 393
Sports day starts new year festival; VAISAKHI: Hundreds of Sikh families join in the fun at city park. 466
Stratford start in top Gear; CRICKET: Spotlight on theopeningexc hanges in the Birmingham Midshires League. 409
Street stroll in to claim another pot; RUGBY UNION: Brave Dunlop are overpowered in Warwickshire Cup final. 673
Tackling the taboos of treating the elderly. 161
Tigers snatch it at the death. 151
We refuse to let rubbish go to waste! WE'RE getting better and better at reducing and recycling our rubbish. But did you know a third of your bin's contents could be recycled in your own back yard? To mark Compost Awareness Week environment reporter MARY GRIFFIN finds out how homes and schools are transforming their food scraps into something special. 793
WE'RE BACK; Promotion and hopes Boro will get name reinstated. 226
Wolseley setting out green future. 178
Women at greater cancer risk. 158
Your Stars. 583

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